Sung by Donna Buckley Eldorado, Ark.
July 13, 1965 Reel 374 Item 6
Collected by Donna Buckley For M.C. Parler Folklore Class Sing-A-Bout Transcribed by Linda Humphrey
Two Little Boys
Two little boys had two little toys, Each had a wooden horse;
Daily they'd play, happy and gay, Soldiers, both, of course.
Now one little chap had a mishap,
Broke off his horse's head,
Wept for his toy, then cried for joy, When his comrade said:
"Did you think I could leave you crying, When there's room on my horse for you? Climb up here Jack, don't be sighing;
He can run just as fast with two.
"One day we will be grown up soldiers And we'll both have a family too,
And I wonder if you'll remember When we were two little boys?"
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